Anyone in ny market do per diem work if so what type of work and what do you charge and what practice level are you at?
Not sure this is the right place, buy hey ho .. US citizen who has lived abroad all my working life, built a creative business. Now looking to retire and sell the 30 year old business. No US income and now find IRS could take up to 80% of my gain from the sale as it would be tax free in my country of tax residence. Any US based Tax planners out there?
It looks like Y&R healthcare is looking to expand... what’s it like? The accounts, culture, management, etc.
I am so conflicted and not sure what to do. A company I wanted to work for was not ready for hire when I first reached out in Sept. Since then I have accepted a job at a outpatient oncology clinic, starting in Jan at a renowned hosp. Having said that the other company does more of what I was hoping to do when I left my previous job. The company is a vessel for new ideas in healthcare helping their community specifically with seed funding, & launching their own programs. I have no idea what to do
Looking for book recommendations to brush up on Revenue Cycle, general consulting skills/framework, or anything healthcare. Currently in EHR implementation and wanting supplemental info to help myself
Anyone here have experience with Cummins? What did you think of the culture, benefits, etc.? There’s an in house role there that I feel I could fill and wanted to get any insight into their legal department. TIA!
Anyone into FIRE (financial independence, retire early) movement? 25 single male living at home. Got any advice for me?
Want to start FIRE movement so began by sorting out my expenses/savings. Realized I have so much expenses! I’m currently single without kids, but want in the future. Want to retire in 20yrs. Possible?
Any partners think of leaving early, even if it shortcuts retirement benefits? Tired of the grind and being treated like an employee.
Best healthcare provider consulting firms engaged in corporate strategy projects? (Not looking for one better than other, just firms of high regard in this field)
Any advice on setting and keeping boundaries? As I’m nearing the end of maternity leave, I’m realizing that I am going to need to be much, much better about protecting my time. I’m also realizing that I could have set reasonable boundaries years ago, but I didn’t think I could at the time. I think the first step is to not take on every deal that is offered to me when I return, but I would love advice on how to not feel guilty (or perspective from your return).
Hi strangers, tell me what to do with my money 🤠
I’m 22 years old still living with my parents with minimal expenses. I make $65k, maxed out my 401k, have no debt, $30k in an HYSA, and $13k in a brokerage account. When I move out in 6 months or so, I estimate I’ll need $12k in an emergency fund. Should I put everything except that in my brokerage account? I hate that I have so much in the so called “high yield” account only making 0.45%
I got an offer in Wells Fargo CTC - 22 lacs YOE - 9yrs in data analytics can anyone suggest how is the company in terms of job security and annual hikes & benefits
Thoughts on the reparations discussions Democratic candidates are starting?
What would be considered adequate? How do you determine who receives the benefits? Do they extend to Native Americans?
ZS London compensation and benefits?
Anybody work for Parallon HCA? I’m wondering what they pay you as a virtual registrar if you’re a non Hispanic versus if you are a Hispanic person. Starting they have offers for pay of $21. I’ve noticed with some healthcare companies they do not want to pay for a bilingual differential which is poor professional behavior in my opinion.
Not a student… yet, but hope you can help. I’m in healthcare administration (executive assistant) and want a career change, moving into nursing. It looks like LVN is the fastest path (12-month program at my local community college), then continue education for a BSN while working as an LVN. I’m a single parent of a young child so I’m trying to minimize the time I won’t be able to work full time due to school and also ensure I’ll have a livable wage upon completion. Thank you in advance!
My CTC in TW is 34.5 LPA with 9 years of experience in UX design. Please suggest if my CTC is matching with my experience.
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How much J P MORGAN CHASE offers for role 601 i.e. Associate for experience 7-9 yrs...Role is into business intelligence amd Analytics...
Found this beauty in my feed today. Rolling my eyes so hard, I am afraid of neurological damage
Anyone has info about Publicis Sapient coding round for senior QA engineer? What kind of questions i can expect? Thanks
I feel like I am so inexperienced in my job that everything takes so long to complete and get used to. Hence, I constantly feel guilty that I am spending a lot of time on my tasks and I am not adding enough value especially given the cost that clients pay for our time. I also fear that most of my time will get written off at the end of the day by the matter managers. Is this feeling normal and does it go away?
Any word on what UpShot is like these days?
How many days does BNY Mellon takes to release offer letter post the interview procedure, I was confirmed by HR that I will get a mail with link to upload docs and then offer will be released but still waiting for their mail.
Require referral in Barclays, Pune. Roles - Data Analyst, SQL Developer, Data Engineer, ETL Developer, BI Developer. Thank you.
What is the longest deposition you’ve sat through? …..I’m currently in one thats been going for 10 hours. 🙃
Got a job in Philly, will have to relocate...any reco for good neighbourhood / community / apartments near Philly with good school district and decent Indian/desi population?
Anyone willing to share how much a junior associate at Goldman makes per year? Need it for reference for starting negotiations on an offer.
A Business Insider article on $BTO:
Anybody here ever get “tested” for your job position in any creative ways? I’m hiring and want to gauge strategic digital thinking
Has anyone used a wifi extender for at&t fiber? Just moved into a new place with fiber, but the signal from my modem does not reach the office(where it’s needed). Would like to fix ASAP
Serber and Associates has to be the most archaic. Corrupt law firm in South Florida. For crying out loud, who pays their Associates less than $100,000, while flashing off his wealth in front of the same people. People criticize big law but it's clear that they have a much better business model.
Any bar/club recommendations for Barcelona?
Who goes to an office? My mental health has tanked in my forever remote job. I don’t mean to sound ungrateful or greedy. I really miss other human beings. Where can I go to work with other people?
Anyone have any insights on Deloitte GPS Cyber comp ranges? 10 YOE, Secret clearance has lapsed.
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Best personal finance/ investment podcast?
Hi everyone! I’m a young professional right out of college getting into investing and personal finance management. Trying to better understand and educate myself on personal finance and investment strategies. Can someone recommend some recourses (books, podcasts, experts to follow, etc.) where it’s clearly explained for beginners? Trying to make sense of 401Ks, Roth IRAs, emergency funds etc.
Like I’m looking for someone like Dave Ramsey but for investment and money management advice.
Anyone have experience with personal capital advisors (or any other recommendations) ? Spoke to several others before but never gone with any as I have always invested through retirement funds or in real estate but now want a little more market exposure. For context, nw 850K with 30% in retirement funds, 50% in RE
I want to give my parents money so they can buy an apartment in our home country. How do I do this without having them pay taxes on it? Is it better if my name is also on the property for tax purposes?
I was sitting on cash for the market to crash and did not invest last month and now markets are moving up. Shall I wait or enter now? I don’t need this. Ash for next 5 years.
Hey Guys, Thoughts on buying gold related assets?? considering equity markets are at all time high, hence, expensive?
Debating on whether or not I should get myself a financial advisor. I’m in my early 30’s, about to take a 30% jump in pay, and want to make up for lost time when I wasn’t able to save as much as I wanted and start investing. But I’m clueless! I plan to contribute more to my 401k/rIRA but also want to invest for some short and long term goals like buying a vacation home in 8-10 years and future children’s college funds.
Would an advisor be worth the cost?
What are some things to consider when buying a house/townhouse to rent out? What are some cons that most people don’t realize? Currently in Houston if it matters.
Having equity tied up in the house is a waste imo. I have 300K in equity. I’d be better off if I sell and move and put most of that into stocks. In 30 yrs, the returns will outdo any home appreciation. Thoughts?
Anybody have any general advice for the markets right now? Any specific areas you think to invest in, or wait a few weeks/months for the inevitable bottom to hit.
Planning to buy a new construction, is there an advantage going with agent vs without them in terms of additional perks from builders as they don't have to give agent commission?
Is it a good idea to withdraw money from Roth IRA for first home purchase or b-school? What are the downsides
Any reason why most of you seem to buy VOO instead of VFIAX (which is the Admiral Shares/mutual fund version of VOO)? Same expense ratio. I have VFIAX since it can auto invest.
Considering giving my fund selection over to Fidelity to manage. It’s a .88% annual fee. Seems reasonable if they can beat my returns by 1-3%. Anyone with an experience or reason not to do this?
Any interesting stocks out there folks are watching? Have 5-7k in an investing account I'm looking to deploy. Ideally short to mid horizon.
Art lovers - anybody know how much G. Natali paintings are worth? Mutual art auctioned one off in 2011, but I cannot find similar works anywhere. In need of help :)
To those of you who invest excess HSA funds, what do you normally buy?
I’m considering just VTI or VOO. Theoretically I won’t need these until retirement related medical expenses. Should I be concerned about unforeseen medical emergencies?
For reference, I just transferred by HSA balance that’s been piling up into a new brokerage account. It’s about $3,000, and I left $200 in my HSA account associate with the debit card. I’m 27 and incur basically no medical expenses.
Do you consider college savings funds as part of your net worth? I can see why you would but then your net worth would decrease pretty quickly once your kid(s) go to college.
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Buy REITs. Way easier. Already levered. Liquid. Risk mitigated. Managed. Any RE sector from SFR to office to healthcare to prison to debt.
I’ve owned my home for over 15 years and have 70% equity I don’t intend to sell it because my elderly parents are living in the home and I don’t want them to have to be uncomfortable. I will sell once they aren’t there any more but hopefully that won’t be for a long time. Meanwhile, I bounce around from corporate housing to hotels but would like something more stable. My home is on the West Coast and my projects are mostly Midwest/East Coast so is like something Midwest for practical reasons. But I’m not sure if it’s feasible and if I’m being realistic. I don’t know what to look for in terms of red flags for future financial stability
REITs pay some of the highest dividends because they are required to payout 90% of earnings to the shareholders.
That being said, dividends are only a portion of earnings. And how the management of any business allocates the company’s earnings is at their discretion.
But, you can compare putting $100k down on a single property, and raising debt, and self managing, or outsourcing the management, to putting the same $100k into a reit or collection of REITs. Your $100k would be a small fraction of the total equity, which is levered by a large portion of debt, and spread over hundreds or thousands of properties or mortgages.
All the underlying fundamentals remain the same.
@K1 what REITs are you in?
Not recommending any of the following in particular... only a few ideas if you don’t like the easiest way of buying something like Vanguard’s REIT ETF (VNQ and VNQI).
You could also do private real estate funds (e.g., Blackstone’s BREIT), crowdfunding (Fundrise, RealtyShares, Rich Uncles), or single family or multi-family residential (Roofstock, Memphis Invest, Norada).
Is there a San Francisco Bay area centered REIT. The other REITs do not yield as much.
Aren't the returns in REIT low to mid single digits?